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Curing Country Hams

Years ago Jimmy got with a couple of buddies and they decided they were going to cure country hams. They each put down two hams. They actually bought a whole hog each, got it processed with the hams, pork chops and sausage. 1,243 more words

Fancy Farm Living

Oil Filled Heaters Spray Hot Oil, Recalled Due to Burn Hazard

The Consumer Products Safety Commission has announced that Sunbeam Products has recalled approximately 34,000 Holmes Oil Filed heaters, models HOH 3000 and HOH 3000B.  The heaters can cause heated oil to expand and sprayed on to combustible fabrics and carpet resulting in a scalding and fire hazard.  119 more words

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How to submit custom SQL queries with Scalding

One part of my job is to quickly evaluate theories. For such purposes I just love the access to our database.

Using MySQL, I can quickly join through the complete database, group and filter all kinds of data – well at least the part of the data that resides in MySQL. 378 more words


Scalding vs Java MapReduce


A while ago I was fortunate enough to attend a great talk from Antonios Chalkiopoulos, one of the creators of Scalding. It’s basically a Scala interface on top of Cascading which purports to enable much faster development of MapReduce jobs by providing an easy abstraction. 877 more words


Sunset man accused of scalding daughter in hot bath water

SUNSET, La. (KLFY) – St. Landry Parish sheriff’s deputies have charged a Sunset man after his four-year-old daughter was burned with scalding water. Deputies have charged Joshua Babineaux with cruelty to a juvenile. 209 more words


Scalding autoconversion gone strange

Here at gutefrage we are using Scalding for a lot of ETL jobs. Scalding is a great framework to simplify writing tedious Hadoop jobs as you can write a comparatively straight forward pipline through which your data rows (tuples) are processed. 359 more words


so many burns

I discovered a new kind of pain today.

I was washing something in really hot water–the kind that you can only stand to touch for a few seconds–and since I wasn’t really touching the water, but using a scrubby brush to clean this pan, that was fine. 397 more words